Norwood, MA – Joseph H. Bodio, CEO and founder of LAN-TEL Communications, Inc., headquartered in Norwood, was honored with installation into the Academy of Electrical Contracting, during NECA 2020 LIVE, the virtual convention and trade show on Oct. 6.
Bodio, a past president, governor, and now director of NECA Boston Chapter, was one of 17 electrical industry professionals in the U.S. who were installed by Academy Chairman David Hardt.
Fellowship in the Academy of Electrical Contracting is one of the highest recognitions of achievement an individual can receive in the electrical contracting industry. The Academy honors outstanding industry leaders, preserving and utilizing their wealth of experience and knowledge for the benefit of the industry.
Academy members have rendered exceptional service to the industry and the National Electrical Contractors Association. Their service is continued and enhanced through their fellowship in the academy. This is accomplished through the academy’s Working Group, special papers presented by fellows, participation in the annual meeting and the general camaraderie among fellows.
Along with his installation into the academy, Bodio was also honored during the convention with the NECA 2020 Coggeshall Award for his outstanding contributions to the industry in the technical and service field.